Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 13:51:44 -0700

Author: Jerry DiMarco

Subject: Re: DCS in excel format

Post:

Chele,

What are the navigation aspects you referred to? I can't find the
entire DCS in the Excel file. The copy I have has a lot of missing
numbers. I'm using Excel 2000 and have downloaded the correct
version. Did I misunderstand your message?

Jerry

P.S. "Separate" is misspelled on the webpage...


At 12:18 PM11/19/2002, you wrote:
>Working with Zani, I have converted his copy of the DCS to an Excel
>format. The file is downloadable in two formats: Windows Excel 95 and
>97-2002. I have included navigation aspects in the Excel file which
>includes the entire DCS as well as the PIRA 200 and PIRA 500 in seperate
>worksheets. You can download the files at:
>http://www.wfu.edu/physics/pira/dcs/PIRADCS2.html
>
>If someone has the capability to convert these files to Mac format, let me
>know...I'd love to offer that format as well.
>
>Chele
>
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